Singer Kid Rock filled a lawsuit against the World Wide Red Light District Company, which intended to sell a 45-minutes sex tape with the singer and four female fans involved in explicit sexual relationship during a 1999 tour.
The singer filled the paper on Tuesday and today U.S. District Court Judge John Feikens signed a temporary order against David Joseph and his company, who became famous after distributing the sex tape with Hilton heir Paris Hilton, which forbids them from selling the tape, including a 40-second preview clip posted on Red Light District's Web sites.
"We don't deny the authenticity of the tape," Kid Rock's lawyer, William Horton, told the Detroit Free Press. "But they're using this without his permission to drive the sales of their other products."
"Even rock stars are entitled to privacy," said co-counsel Michael Novak.
The company already pulled out the preview clip from the site Friday, after receiving a cease-and-desist letter from Stapp's attorneys.
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